6U VME single-board computer based on low-power Quad-Core Intel Xeon introduced by Themis
FREMONT, Calif., 16 June 2011. Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the XV2 6U VME single-board computer based on the Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor for military and commercial applications involving embedded computing, data storage, and communications. The XV2 is based on the 1.73 GHz low-power Xeon L5518 microprocessor and Intel’s 3420 chipset. The L5518 memory controller supports ECC, and the board's memory is expandable to 24 Gigabytes of DDR III memory. The basic XV2 comes with 3 gigabytes of DDR III memory, 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports, five SATA II ports, four SAS ports, eight USB 2.0 ports, and two XMC/PMC slots.
Features of the 6U VME embedded computer include Intel LC5518 Quad Core Xeon processor running from 1.73 to 2.133 GHz; Intel 3420 Chipset; 3-gigabyte DDR III memory standard; as much as 24 gigabytes DDRIII ECC memory maximum; plug-in compact flash type II; four Gigabit Ethernet ports standard; optional 2.5 inch SATA drive; expansion to a XMC/PMC carrier card; VME bridge: Tundra Tsi148; ATI ES1000 graphics chip; and Linux and Windows operating system software support.
For more information contact Themis Computer online at www.themis.com.